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Tuesday
Mar062012

New York City: Brooklyn Diner

Location:

212 West 57th Street  New York, NY

www.brooklyndiner.com/menu.htm

On our way to the hotel in NYC, we passed by the Brooklyn Diner and immediately decided to try it out sometime. Turned out our hotel was only a few blocks from it, so we walked back for lunch. The place was packed with what looked like business men with heavy mid-sections. After seeing the menu, then our dishes, it was easy to know why. The portions are massive, quite like their prices. $18 for a sandwich? Um. Okay. Tourist trap, likely.

I chose their "famous tuna sandwich", mainly for the Ezekiel bread which I've always wanted to try. 

N got the turkey sandwich, which was basically Thanksgiving dinner in a sandwich. 

The tuna sandwich was greasy, yes, but good. Ezekiel bread was delicious, although covered in butter, taking away it's health factor. The fries were perfect. I don't eat turkey, but the mashed potatoes and gravy were divine. 

It's easy to see why this place is so popular, but if I were to eat here everyday, the Ezekiel bread won't help none. 

 

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Reader Comments (4)

that chocolate creme pie looks outta this world!! and those french fries!! your food photography always has my mouth watering haha!!
xoxo

March 6, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkristina

Thanks Kristina! Those fries were really delish.

March 9, 2012 | Registered CommenterSmita

Well if those french fries don't look like the most delicious thing ever, then I'm not sure what is! Your photography never fails to amaze me. $18 for a diner sandwich is kind of stunning though. Those New York prices are (in part) why I chose to move to Boston!

March 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDanielle

mmmmm, chocolate pie + my favorite city :)

March 13, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterdawn

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